What a nonsense. With any KVD there is an opportunity for free and anonymously to pass tests for STDs and HIV. If you have a passport and a policy, of course, it is free! With positive tests, there will definitely be a retake of the AIDS center in the region, so somehow I had it.
For a free test for STIs, including HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B and C, it is best to contact a specialized specialist - a dermatovenerologist at the local dermatovenerologic dispensary.
It should be remembered that to take blood, you need to come on an empty stomach, and scrapings from the urethra should be performed more than 3 hours after the last urination.
In CVD PCR for STIs is paid, although the medical insurance company Max M answered that it is possible to pass it within the framework of the state budget, that is, free of charge. So where is the truth ?? ZhK does not take or send at all, a polyclinic with a therapist in the same place ((
Nobody now does such tests for free ((((how many times I went to polyclinics, only for syphilis), the rest if you want - or paid, we don't do such tests, at least in Saratov).
Almost any KVD will conduct an examination according to the policy and passport absolutely free of charge for the main diseases, you can choose additional tests for other diseases, in KVD, unlike private laboratories, they are not so expensive. I trust KVD much more than polyclinics, since KVD specializes in this and knows the topic in more depth.
You can get tested for sexually transmitted diseases free of charge. To do this, you must contact the clinic at the place of residence or stay, make an appointment with a gynecologist or urologist. If a citizen is not attached to a polyclinic, then this can be done anywhere in the Russian Federation with a passport and medical policy (OMS). Referral for tests for sexually transmitted infections, incl. for HIV and syphilis can be given by a gynecologist (for women), a urologist (for men).
You can, but it all depends on whether your doctor prescribes them. You need to go to the polyclinic to which you are attached - a blood test for HIV and hepatitis can be taken there. STD swabs are prescribed by a venereologist or urologist, so you need to make an appointment or get a referral. You can see more details about screening for STDs here: https://zen.yandex.ru/media/id/5a37cf46a815f1e851bfedfa/proverka-skrining-na-zpppippp-zabolevaniiainfekcii-peredaiusciesia-polovym-putem-5b41ba158925790700p23